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College Officers

Dr. Pittman

Jeff Pittman

Chancellor
Cosand Center
314-539-5150

Jeff Pittman, Ph.D., began his role as chancellor of STLCC in July 2015. Pittman previously served as the statewide vice president of corporate college services and online education at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, and has served in wide variety of academic leadership roles for the college for the past 27 years in four geographic regions and the system office. Most recently, Pittman was instrumental in the reorganization and development of a lean organization for the delivery of Corporate College customized workforce training and services to business, industry, and individuals throughout the state of Indiana. Pittman also served as chancellor of Ivy Tech’s Wabash Valley Region for 11 years, and simultaneously worked as the statewide vice provost of distance education for three of the years. Under Pittman’s leadership, the college’s enrollment in online education doubled from more than 32,000 students per year in 2008 to 69,000 students in 2010. Pittman’s doctorate in educational leadership, administration, and foundations is from Indiana State University. His master’s degree in human resource development is from Indiana State University, and his bachelor’s degree in business is from Indiana University.

 
Kent Kay

KENT KAY
Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration
Cosand Center
314-539-5291

Kent Kay, a certified public accountant, was appointed vice chancellor for finance and administration in June 2012. Prior to joining STLCC, Kay served as vice president for finance and administration at National Louis University in Chicago, Ill. Prior to his appointment at National Louis University in 2008, Kay served for five years as the chief financial officer at Missouri State University. Other higher education experience includes six years in the University of Alabama System as the vice chancellor for financial affairs (2001), general auditor and director of the University of Alabama-Birmingham (UAB) Health System Internal audit (1999), director of the Internal Audit office at UAB (1997). He also served as the director of the Internal Audit office at Texas Tech University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center for nearly five years. Kay also served as the business manager for the Palestine (Texas) Independent School District from 1987-91, and was a CPA for two firms in Texas between 1977 and 1987. Kay holds a master’s degree in higher education administration from Texas Tech University, and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Middle Tennessee State University.

 
Bill Woodward

William Woodward

Acting Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 
Cosand Center 
314-539-5374

William Woodward, Ph.D., was appointed acting vice chancellor for student affairs in July 2015. He came to STLCC in September 2014 as the associate vice chancellor for student affairs. Prior to joining STLCC, he served for five years as dean of students at Averett University in Danville, VA. He also served as associate dean of campus life at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC for four years. Before moving back to the east coast, Woodward spent seven years as the director of orientation and parents weekend programs at Washington University in St. Louis. He began his career in higher education as a coordinator of residence life at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. Woodward served on the board of directors of the National Orientation Directors Association from 2000 to 2003. He currently is a member of ACPA: College Student Educators International and NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education. Woodward earned his doctorate in Educational Studies/Higher Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He holds a master’s degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Indiana University,

Andrew Langrehr

Andrew langrehr

Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs
314-539-5364

Andrew Langrehr was appointed as vice chancellor of academic affairs in July 2015. He provides district-wide oversight of the college’s curriculum-related policies, articulation of courses and programs, assessment of student learning outcomes, institutional research, and instructional resources. Langrehr previously served as the vice president of academic affairs at St. Louis Community College-Meramec. He was hired at St. Louis Community College as a full-time chemistry instructor in 2001. He served as both the department chair for physical and engineering sciences and the academic dean for the science and technology division prior to his appointment as vice president. Andrew was a full-time chemistry instructor at Jefferson College (Hillsboro, MO) before coming to St. Louis Community College. He began his community college career as an adjunct chemistry instructor at Kirkwood Community College (Cedar Rapids, IA). Langrehr studied chemistry at both Central College (Pella, IA) and the University of Iowa earning a B.A. and M.S., respectively. He also holds a Ph.D. in education from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Roderick Nunn

Interim President, Forest Park Campus
314-644-9743

Rod Nunn began duties as interim president at Forest Park in May 2014. He previously served as vice chancellor for economic development and workforce solutions. Nunn oversaw the Corporate College, the Workforce Solutions Group and the Continuing Education division, and supported the Center for Workforce Innovation. Before joining the college in 2008, Nunn directed the public workforce system for three governors in both Missouri and Illinois. Under Nunn's leadership, the college's workforce development team has won numerous national, state and local awards including: 2012 Education Innovator of the Year, Missouri Chamber of Commerce; 2012 Top Workforce Development Provider, Training Industry, Inc.; 2012 Exemplary Program Award, National Council for Workforce Education; 2012 Business Development Award, North County, Inc.; 2011 Growing Green Award, USBGC Missouri Gateway Chapter; 2010 Innovation of the Year, League for Innovation in the Community College; 2009 Innovative Industry Training Award, Department of Economic Development. Nunn has a doctor of management from the University of Maryland-University College's community college policy and administration program. Nunn holds a master's degree in public administration from the University of Illinois at Springfield, and a bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He and his wife Ramona have two sons, Joshua and Judah.

 
Ruby Curry

Ruby Curry 

Interim President, Florissant Valley campus
314-513-4135

Ruby Curry became interim president of St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley in June 2014. She joined STLCC in 1976 as a physical education instructor and coach of the campus's women’s basketball and softball teams. She was named the Region XVI Coach of the Year in 1986. In 1993, she became chair of the Physical Education department, and was appointed dean of the Business and Human Development division in 2001. In 1990, Curry was elected as the Women’s Region XVI director for the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and served until 2008.  Curry was a 2006 inductee into the NJCAA Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, and in 2008 received the NJCAA Service Award. She served as Region VII director for the American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) and is a charter member of the St. Louis chapter. In 1992, Curry was selected to participate in the AAWCC Leaders program, and then developed the Student-Athlete Academic Monitoring program that still is used at STLCC today. In 2012, Curry received the David L. Underwood Memorial Lecture Award. Curry is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha and a trustee at Crossroads College Preparatory School. Curry earned a master's degree in education-physical education from Eastern Illinois University, and a bachelor's degree in physical education and health from Central Missouri State University.

 

Pam McIntyre

President, Meramec and Wildwood campuses
314-984-7763

Pam McIntyre was named president at Meramec in December 2013 after serving in an interim capacity the previous eight months. She was appointed the first president of the Wildwood campus in February 2008. She joined the STLCC staff in 1985 as the manager of the South County Education Center of the Meramec campus; she was then the dean of continuing education and special programs at the Meramec campus. Under McIntyre's leadership, the South County Education Center and University Center and the new Wildwood campus were opened. McIntyre received her master’s degree in education from St. Mary's College and bachelor’s degree from Mundelein College. She also attended the Institute for the Management of Lifelong Education at Harvard University. McIntyre has received recognition from various organizations, including a Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Service to the Kirkwood Area Chamber of Commerce and a Certificate of Leadership from the YMCA at the Leader Lunch XVII which honored working women for their special efforts and achievement. 

Leadership Team Members

JO-ANN DIGMAN
Executive Director, STLCC Foundation
Cosand Center
314-539-5358

Jo-Ann Digman was appointed executive director of the STLCC Foundation in March 2011. She previously served as the executive director of InSight St. Louis, a non-profit dedicated to recruiting students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities to St. Louis to live and work. She also served as vice president of external relations for the Merisant Company. She was director of external relations for Monsanto, and was assistant to the chancellor at Saint Louis University. Digman also served from 1986-92 as district director for U.S. Sen. Christopher "Kit" Bond, and as a caseworker from 1979-82 for U.S. John Danforth. She holds both master's and bachelor's degrees in social work from Saint Louis University.

Bill Miller

BILL MILLER
Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Cosand Center
314-539-5220

Bill Miller was appointed as assistant vice chancellor for human resources in June 2015. Miller has over 35 years experience in human resources, having worked in the corporate arena for McDonnell Douglas (Boeing), Ancilla Systems, in both Missouri and Illinois for Lutheran Senior Services, and for the Toney Watkins Co. In 2004, Governor Matt Blunt appointed Miller to the St. Louis County Board of Elections. Miller was appointed by Governor Jay Nixon as the state’s personnel director in 2009. After leaving the state in 2012, Miller was again appointed in 2014 as Commissioner on the Missouri Housing Development Commission. Miller is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management, St. Louis Leadership Center (FOCUS St. Louis) and the Human Resource Management Association. He is a past member of the College of Healthcare Executives, a past board member for the Alzheimer’s Association and past president of 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis. A Vietnam era veteran, Miller holds a master’s degree in business from National Louis University-Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in aeronautics from Tennessee State University.

Mary Nelson

MARY NELSON
General Counsel
Cosand Center
314-539-5330

Mary Nelson was named St. Louis Community College general counsel and chief legal officer in September 2014. Nelson has more than 30 years of experience in the public and private sectors, including stints in two mayoral administrations in St. Louis, positions in state government, and partnerships in several firms. Nelson’s law practice concentrated in real estate, construction, and business law. In June 2015 she was appointed to serve on the Missouri State Highways and Transportation Commission. She was the first African-American woman appointed to Missouri’s Administrative Hearing Commission, leaving that post to accept her current position with STLCC.  Nelson served as president of the St. Louis Board of Police Commissioners, on the 2001 Missouri House of Representatives Reapportionment and Redistricting Commission, and served two terms on the Board of Trustees of the MU Law School Foundation. An active member of the Missouri Bar, Nelson has held leadership posts for the Bar Foundation Board of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, and the Mound City Bar Association. Nelson earned her bachelor’s degree in political philosophy from Princeton University. Her juris doctorate is from the University Of Missouri School of Law.

Dan Kimack

Dan Kimack

Executive Director, Marketing and Communications 
Cosand Center
314-539-5141

Dan Kimack joined the STLCC staff in May 2014. He is responsible for STLCC’s communications and marketing programs, including public relations, media and community relations, social media, advertising, internal communications, website, and graphic design. He also is responsible for developing brand and image strategies as well as the district’s communications plan. Prior to joining STLCC, Kimack was a marketing and communications consultant for iNCLINE Communications. He provided adaptive marketing, communications, branding, media relations, crisis strategy and counsel to large and small marketing and public relations agencies and clients. Kimack was the vice president for marketing and communications at Fleishman-Hillard Inc. His responsibilities included marketing, branding, media relations, employee communications, social and emerging media counsel, corporate reputation expertise, and crisis management counsel for a variety of national and international clients. Kimack also served as the manager of corporate communications for Save-A-Lot Ltd., a corporate writer for Stifel Nicolaus & Co., Inc., and the director of communications and advertising for the Missouri Athletic Club. A graduate of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Kimack has won Silver Anvil awards from the Public Relations Society of America, as well as Gold and Silver SABRE awards from the Holmes Group.

YVONNE HELBERG
Administrative Associate to the Chancellor & Leadership Team
Cosand Center 
314-539-5150